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cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt),
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Typical CBECs end use break downs should be determined and used as a sanity check when calibrating the energy model.
We have done two calibrating algorithms based on transformation matrixes used to adapt the robotized FMS, with a real positioning of the components, at application programs elaborated "off line" or "on line" in the other system, with different real components positioning using the same application.
That's when you need your sales people in front of the dealers and growers, not calibrating planters.
By calibrating the distance to nearby galaxies and working their way outward step by step to more distant ones, astronomers hope to piece together a yardstick for the universe.
It is important to be aware that any of these factors could affect a manufacturer's guidelines when it comes to the frequency of calibrating their instruments.
A monthly return to the central office for calibrating instruments in a large territory adds up in a year to a week's worth of lost work.
The calibrator comes with weights for calibrating springloads of gauges in the A, B, C, D, DO and O durometer scales.
We were trying to get info on inspecting and calibrating our small arms gauges.
Polyscience offers a Thermometry Calibration Bath System designed for calibrating both standard size and immersion type temperature measurement devices such as thermometers, RTDs, thermocouples, and thermistors.
The system costs less than a conventional advanced airbag design because it eliminates the need for a separate occupant sensor map, occupant warning light, and the costs of integrating, validating and calibrating a dual-stage system.
Currently, however, force is typically calibrated by hanging standard weights on the force measurement device, and deadweight force standards are only available for calibrating forces down to approximately 10 [micro]N.
The load cell is calibrated and traceable to NIST, making it suitable for most high-accuracy applications, including use in the metrology lab and as a reference standard for calibrating other load cells.

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